About PARTEQ Innovations
PARTEQ Innovations was founded in 1987 by Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario, Canada to commercialize intellectual property (e.g. inventions) arising from university-generated research. A not-for-profit organization, PARTEQ provides institutional researchers with the business, intellectual property, and financial expertise that is needed to advance their discoveries to the public, while returning the proceeds from those activities to researchers and their institutions.
PARTEQ is the lead institution in the Rideau Commercialization Network, comprising the technology transfer activities at Queen’s University, PARTEQ Innovations, the Royal Military College of Canada, St. Lawrence College, Kingston General Hospital, Carleton University and the Ottawa Technology Transfer Network – whose membership includes the University of Ottawa (TTBE), the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), the University of Ottawa Heart Institute and the OHRI (Ottawa Hospital Research Institute).
About Queen’s University
Queen's University is one of Canada's top 10 research-intensive universities. It has an outstanding reputation for the breadth and vigor of its research. In recent years the impact of Queen's-based research has been strengthened through the transfer of these research results to society via commercialization. Queen's, in partnership with PARTEQ, can be counted among the leaders in North America in the commercialization of university research.
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